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June 26, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Atlantix Corp, Bota Raton, Florida, probably still more familiar under its original – if difficult to take seriously – name of CocoNet Inc, is due to release a new version of its Unix networking software shortly. The company claims that it will be a fully compliant server implementation of Microsoft Hewlett Packard’s LAN Manager/X running under SantaCruz Operation Inc’s SCO Unix. Running on standard Unix machines, CocoNet supports Unix with Novell NetWare and NetBIOSlocal area networks, providing users of MS-DOS and OS/2 workstations with virtual access to Unix systems and peripherals. Running the new version in conjunction with JSB Computer Systems’ MultiView would enable Unix and MS-DOS windowing environments – such as Microsoft’s Windows 3.0 – to be displayed at the same time, the company claims. The new release of CocoNet was due to be unveiled at Comdex/Spring last week but last minute copyright hitches have meant re-writing portions of Microsoft code, and dates have slipped.

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